# Density Calculator

**About the Density Calculator Online**

The Density Calculator is a useful tool for calculating the density of a substance given its mass and volume or vice versa. It is commonly used in fields such as chemistry, physics, and materials science.

The calculator allows the user to input the mass and volume of the substance in either metric or imperial units, and calculates the density in the corresponding unit. The user can also choose from a range of common substances with known densities, or enter a custom value.

The calculator uses the formula:

**Density = Mass / Volume**

where density is measured in units of mass per unit volume (e.g. g/cm3 or kg/m3), mass is measured in units of mass (e.g. grams or kilograms), and volume is measured in units of volume (e.g. cubic centimeters or cubic meters).

The Density Calculator is a useful tool for scientists, engineers, and students who need to calculate densities of various substances for their work or studies.

**What are the Common Density Units?**

Some common density units include:

- Kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m³)
- Grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³)
- Pounds per cubic inch (lb/in³)
- Ounces per cubic inch (oz/in³)
- Pounds per cubic foot (lb/ft³)
- Ounces per gallon (oz/gal)

**How to use Density Calculator Tool?**

To use the **Density Calculator tool**, follow these steps:

- Open the Density Calculator website in your web browser.
- Enter the value of the mass in the input field labeled “Mass”.
- Select the appropriate unit of measurement for the mass from the dropdown menu next to the “Mass” input field.
- Enter the value of the volume in the input field labeled “Volume”.
- Select the appropriate unit of measurement for the volume from the dropdown menu next to the “Volume” input field.
- Click on the “Calculate Density” button.
- The calculated density will be displayed in the output field labeled “Density”.
- To calculate the density for a different set of mass and volume values, simply repeat the above steps with the new values.

Note: Make sure to enter the values in the correct units of measurement to obtain accurate results.